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Archaeologist Matt Fletcher uncovers a hidden tomb containing the mummy of a giant that's been buried since the time of the great flood in the Bible. Now, Matt has to stop a Fallen Angel who has come to earth to revive the giant and bring about a new age of these terrible creatures!

Special Features

  • Giants In the Earth - The Making of The Fallen Ones
  • Creating Aramis The Mummy
  • Animatics: Pre-Visualization by Forum Visual Effects
  • Audio Commentary with writer/director Kevin VanHook, Producer Karen Bailey, Cinematographer Matt Steinauer and Visual Effects Supervisor Chadd B. Cole
  • Trailer
  • Behind-the-Scenes Still Gallery
  • Storyboard Gallery
  • Screenplay (DVD-rom)

Product Details

  • Actors: Casper Van Dien, Kristen Miller, Geoffrey Lewis, Navid Negahban, Scott Whyte
  • Directors: Kevin VanHook
  • Writers: Kevin VanHook
  • Producers: Kevin VanHook, Bruce Lee, Fred T. Kuehnert, John W. Hyde, Karen Bailey
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: September 20, 2005
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A3XY6Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,826 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Fallen Ones, The" on IMDb

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The opening of The Fallen Ones is an enormous, neon-lit exclamation to the world - this film is going to be dreadful and ludicrous, but by golly, we are going to do it anyway! I was simply shocked at how nonsensical and downright insulting-to-one's-intelligence a modern made-for-TV movie could be.

The Fallen Ones resembles one of those after-the-rapture/left-behind Christian films, right down to the helpful old rabbi to read us indecipherable scripture and tell us all the details left out of the bible. Perhaps the idea is that a cherubic, Yiddish-inflected, lilting old man softens the blow of seemingly interminable exposition - it doesn't. Tom Bosley will never be anything but Howard Cunningham to those currently under 65, and possibly Father Dowling to those above 65.

I love how Casper Van Dien's character throws out acromegaly as a possible excuse for the presence of a 40'-tall giant mummy in the desert of the American Southwest, while a 7'-tall actor who has the disease is actually in the first few minutes of the film (Carel Struyken, aka. 90's Lurch). And while we're on the subject, everyone is just too comfortable with this bizarre finding. It doesn't seem to shock or awe anyone as they gather around the giant corpse and banter about "whos-dig this is" or horseback riding or dam construction delays.

We could dismiss the film as silly, childish prattle made for young kids who may be scared of giants or mummies, but the seedy background story of horny angels impregnating human women and producing giant, demonic offspring is probably not suitable for younger viewers. You've been warned.
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For a channel that continually gives us such tripe as "Mosquito" and "Bugs", "The Fallen Ones" is far from the worst that the SciFi channel has to offer. But as with most of their offerings, "The Fallen Ones" is devoid of a comprehensible script, Robert Wagner is horrible, and every few minutes you end up asking yourself, "What's going on here? I'm confused."
But that's Ok, because the film is marginally saved by Tom Bosley, I gotta tell ya, you can put Mr Cunningham in any kind of movie, doing any kind of role and I'm going to be entertained.
And you have to mention Caspar Van Diehm...we are living in blessed times to have this generation's John Agar meandering his way through B-movie after B-movie, he is so bad in an "Ed Wood" kind of way, that he almost makes you believe he's a credible actor.
I liked the super-sized mummy, that was good imagination, unfortunately, most of the rest of the movie was lacking.
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I don't believe anyone purposely sets out to make crap. First of all, it costs a lot of money, takes time (almost a month of shooting in this case), and involves an army of people to come up with something like this.
I forgot which side I was arguing, because really, this is indefensible. Whatever the intentions, this is what they produced. Well, at least as far as, "the buck stops here," Kevin Vanhook is concerned. The man took great pains to make certain everyone knows he not only produced this epic, he wrote it, edited it, AND directed it. I guess that means everyone else is blameless? Or, they can fall back on the disclaimer: Kevin made me do it? Still, even so, no really, BIG mummy aside, was this something that anyone involved in wanted to brag about?
Now comes the hard part, I bought the darn thing....does that make me culpable? Doesn't something like that encourage them to make more of these things? I don't know, I'm asking!
In my own defense, yes, I did watch it on the Sci-Fi Channel (back when it was still called Sci-Fi Channel....before they got uppity and renamed it Sly-Fly or Sigh-Buy, something). And brain cells being what they are, unreliable and deceptive things, I forgot whether I liked it or not, and since I collect Sci-Fi movies for frequent viewings....I went ahead and bought it anyway.
Drat. I forgot my point, again.
On the plus side, it isn't that long and it's in widescreen (I'd like to think that helps make bad movies watchable). The special effects are passable. The acting, well, loved Geoffrey Lewis but then he mysteriously disappeared during the course of the movie (or as I'd like to think, he got out while the getting was good). Tom Bosley always makes me smile. Robert Wagner (notice his name wasn't above the title).
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The Mummy Returns meets the American southwest in this horror thriller. This mummy is suppoused to bring about the end of the world. The mummy goes on a rampage and it is up to an industrialist and an engineer to stop what they found. This film originally aired on Sci Fi Channel and is one of the better films that they have made with actually decent special effects unlike other stinkers like Sharknado. I would rate this movie PG to TV14 for horror and violent content. No kids in the room!
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I have to admit that when I sat down to watch this, I thought it was going to be the typical SCI-FI movie with a monster tearing somebody in half every five minutes. It was surprisingly good. Probably the best thing I've seen Casper Van Dien do since Starship Troopers and it's pretty funny. I would have liked to see more mummys (mummies?), but the scenes with them are pretty cool. The extras on the DVD are pretty interesting. The thing I kept coming back to was that this felt like a bigger film. I wonder if it was supposed to be in theaters.

All in all, a pretty decent creature feature.
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